We are very pleased to have been involved with the specification and supply of correct materials for conservation of the beautiful church interior.
Around 120m2 of dilapidated plaster work was replaced with Keim Universal Lime Render and a Keim Universal Lime Render Fine topcoat followed by decoration with Keim Optil Mineral Paints; also undertaken was the redecoration of the remaining interior elevations including the embellishments leading into the sanctuary.
The interior plasterwork of St. Mary’s was very dilapidated and some restoration work was needed, followed by sympathetic decoration to enhance the beautiful interiors.
Around 120m2 of dilapidated plaster work was replaced with Keim Universal Lime Render and a Keim Universal Lime Render Fein topcoat. Decoration was carried out using with Keim Optil Mineral Paints which are especially intensive, lightfast colour shades with dull matt appearance. Particularly suited for demanding interior design and application under difficult light conditions.
The contractor was TS Keggen & Son.
The interiors of this beautiful church have now been restored to their former glory with high performance decorative coatings.